The Newton Hotel, Nairn – 4 Star

The Newton Hotel, once regularly frequented by Charlie Chaplin and his family, stands in 21 acres of mature parkland and gardens in the Highland town of Nairn. Overlooking the Moray Firth and beyond to the Black Isle, the Newton Hotel is the ideal location for guests in search of peace and tranquility to relax and unwind.

The Hotel boasts 63 en suite bedrooms, all elegantly furnished and individually designed.

Originally built as a family home in the 17th century, the Newton Hotel has seen a number of improvements, including the addition of the Highland Conference Centre, which can host a variety of functions and events, including weddings, with a capacity of up to 350 delegates. The hospitality of the delightful town of Nairn is matched by the warmest of welcomes that awaits you at the Newton.

The Newton is ‘pet friendly’ and welcomes dogs into the hotel, however please note that  they are not permitted in the Restaurant or Bar area whilst food is being served

Accommodations :

The Newton Hotel has 63 well-appointed en suite rooms, including 7 executive courtyard rooms and a number of family rooms. They all include:

  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Room service
  • 24 hour porter service
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and ironing board

Dining :

The Newton Hotel overlooks the rugged coastline of the Moray Firth and the fishing town of Nairn.

The Hotel’s Restaurant gives you the opportunity to sample the best of Scottish dishes, with locally sourced beef and seafood a speciality. The menu is complemented by an extensive selection of fine wines.

For a more informal meal, you can also enjoy a light lunch or supper in our lounge bar.

To view a sample Restaurant menu – click here

Golf :

Few places could offer more stunning settings for classic links golf than the Highlands of Scotland. From Nairn to Dornoch, this part of Scotland is blessed with many excellent golf courses, all offering a challenge to golfers of all levels as well as superb surroundings. While the Nairn Championship Course and Royal Dornoch are probably the best known golf courses in the area, there are enough courses to fill a full golf itinerary to keep any golfer satisfied.

Try Nairn Dunbar or Tain which are both relatively flat links, or the inland Boat of Garten, often described as one of the most picturesque courses in Scotland. With so many fantastic Scottish golf courses, Scotland is more than the Home of Golf; it is the home of links golf, the original form of the game that had its beginnings in Scotland over 600 years ago. Scotland’s golf courses have forged a reputation as the finest and the most famous links golf courses in the world.

Few towns the size of Nairn feature two championship golf courses in such close vicinity. Within just over one mile of each other lie the excellent facilities of Nairn Golf Club and Nairn Dunbar Golf Club. Nearby there are two more golfing gems – the Royal Dornoch and Castle Stuart championship links courses. Together they provide a challenging and enjoyable test for all standards of players – from novices to the world’s top amateurs and professionals.